Friday, November 26
DSP Shows presents Bad Bad Hats live in The 9th Ward
7pm Doors, 8pm Show
Tickets: On Sale Now – General Admission tickets, $8, can be purchased on Eventbrite, Babeville Box Office (M-F 11a-5p).
Please Note:To ensure the safety of all concert goers, artists, and our staff, all patrons will be required to wear a mask (unless actively drinking) AND provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (two weeks past second shot) OR proof of a negative COVID PCR test (received within the past 48 hours) to enter The 9th Ward. If vaccinated, please sign up for the NY State Excelsior Pass Application for easy access on your phone. We will also accept your physical vaccination card or a clearly legible photo of your vaccination card on your phone. If unvaccinated please bring printed or digital proof of your recent negative PCR test.
Thank you for your understanding and for helping keep one another safe.
Tender and howling vocals, explosive drums, and driving bass lines, all rooted in deeply resonant songwriting; Timothy Alice & the Dead Star Band play a uniquely haunting brand of Rock n Roll that draws on Soul, Garage Rock, Country Music, and 70’s Singer Songwriters.
Their forthcoming 2nd LP, due Spring 2022, is the trio’s most mature batch of songs to date. Driven by strong melodic hooks that temper the group’s often raucous live sound with more meticulous arrangement, the songs are told through shifting voices in their hometown of Buffalo, NY. Weaving together the wonder and restlessness of youth with lives of quiet desperation, the record unflinchingly asks what happens to people, and what becomes of the ghosts of their younger selves. Most importantly, though, these are catchy songs that sound great live.
koko neetz is complete jibberish. As a child, his grandmother would sometimes call adorable things –animals, infants (yes sometimes even him)– her little ‘cocoa neets”. Now to this day he doesn’t really know how to spell koko neats, but he does know that koko neetz is a made up word or phrase meant to indicate excessive cuteness, fragility and innocence.
Date(s) - 11/26/2021
341 Delaware Avenue